Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Gauloise 8

Distinctive Features

This is an amphora with a flat ringed bottom. The rim is pulley shaped with a ring in relief at the level of the upper attachment of the handles. The handles have a central groove. It is finer than the Oberaden 74 which distinguishes itself by a concave base and a handle with two grooves (Laubenheimer, 1985). There are no known whole examples.
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Date Range

End of the first century BC.


A workshop is known at St-Côme (Gard), in Gallia Narbonensis), and it is the only type of amphora produced at this workshop.
Search: [France] [North West Europe]


A local distribution (Remesal Rodríguez and Revilla, 1991).
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Unknown, but probably wine.
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Principal contributor: Fanette Laubenheimer


Oberaden 74

Terres d’Amphores

Terres d’Amphores
The above link will take you to the new digital database of amphora types and fabrics from Gaulish production centres, 1st - 3rd century A.D. (Maison Archéologie & Ethnologie, René-Ginouvès).

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